This tour is both the king and queen of all caving tours! The dormant Thrihnukagigur volcano is a unique natural phenomenon and this tour opens the door to a whole new world. All you need is the willingness to do a moderate 45-50 minute hike to get to the crater and the guts to descend 12 meters (400 feet) to the bottom, in an open cable lift.
Explore the earth from with in, on this magnificent Raufarholshellir lava tunnel tour. This is one of the longest and best known lava tunnels in Iceland, and only 30 minutes outside the city. For the longest time, the tunnel was difficult to navigate, but now the land owners have built wooden platforms to walk on, making the lava tunnel accessible to nearly everybody.
Experience the magic of the glacier on this ice cave tour. The hues of blue will leave you amazed and dumbfounded!
Vatnajokull national park has these natural gems hidden all over and this is your chance to experience them. Drive east out of Reykjavik and into adventure!
Are you ready for a true glacier adventure? Then strap on your crampons and take a hike with us on the Blue Ice Cave Adventure! On this once-in-a-lifetime tour you will experience a unique ice cave in the Vatnajokull glacier, Iceland’s largest ice cap. This tour is suitable for those who have a spirit for adventure and a sure footing.
Available throughout the year, this speleology tour takes you to unique locations in Iceland’s most spectacular lava tube caves and craters. These beautiful, natural phenomena were created when the surface lava solidified but magma continued to flow in tunnels.
We will enter through narrow cave entrances and find they open out to reveal an extraordinary scenery of lava formations and unexpected colors.
This tour falls in the category of different caving tours, as this is a fully man-made cave. Experience the extent of global warming, by exploring a glacier ice cap from the inside-out. This is not your average tour. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, which will enable you to walk around, inside a glacier; the giant 935sq/km Langjökull.